MPOTD: A Mets Bathroom

MPOTD: A Mets Bathroom

by Darren Meenan October 19, 2017 0 Comments

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I asked my wife to come up with something to search for the MPOTD today. #MetsKitchen search came up with nada. #MetsBathroom had one result, and you're looking at it. 

From reading the comments, this is a restaurant called Saverio's on Cooper Ave in Glendale. If you've ever watched The Profit on CNBC, this is the restaurant that was connected to that mishmash of sports complex/screen printing/embroidery/birthday party place. Marcus from the show actually called asking me if The 7 Line wanted to be part of the episode, but I declined. 

This photo is from 2013, so not even sure if the restaurant is still in business. If they are, hopefully the toilet paper is printed with Yankees logos. 


BONUS: Here's a photo of Noah lookin' spiffy in High School.

 

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